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AlorAir Healthy Air System

The coronavirus pandemic has brought indoor air quality to the forefront as you and your family are spending more time in your home.

Get the Healthy Air System in Your Home

Create a healthy air environment in your home by introducing healthy, fresh air. Help to remove airborne dust, allergens, bacteria and viruses while

maintaining the level of humidity that helps prevent the proliferation of viruses.

Healthy Air System

We feel a responsibility to spread the word on the importance of healthy air in the home, the science behind how a home’s air system works, and proven, best-practice healthy air solutions.

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The simple choice for saving energy. Sentinel HD55, Sentinel HD90, Sentinel HDi90.

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Learn how to Manage your Air to Help

Prevent the Spread of Viruses with Alorair's Healthy Air System.

Fresh Air Ventilation

The air inside the home can be up to 5 times more polluted than the air outside.

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Air Filtration

Capture up to 96% of virus-sized particles that have passed through the filtering system.

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UV-C Sterilization

Eliminate shadows in patient environments and reduce proximity to every Hight-Touch surface.

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Smart App Control

Intelligent remote control sterilization keeps a certain distance from bacteria.

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Humidity Control

Keep humidity at 50% to minimize virus survival rates.

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Clean Safer and More Efficiently with DryEasy While on the Job Combating COVID-19

As a restoration contractor, you have a vital role during this COVID-19 pandemic. On top of dealing with your water damage jobs, much of your recent scheduling has likely revolved around cleaning and disinfecting hospitals, nursing homes and healthcare facilities. It is also important to protect the health and well-being of your employees while they’re on the job. DryEasy can help you monitor jobs while you’re not there. With so many lives at stake, the world needs you now more than ever!

Protecting Yourself and Others from COVID-19

Protecting yourself and other people is the first line of defense towards managing coronavirus. The elderly and anyone with chronic illnesses is susceptible to the virus. They run a high risk of contracting and succumbing to the disease. So as a caring citizen, you need to protect yourself and the elderly from the virus.

Things you should do

Elbow coughing

If you are coughing or sneezing, head side or elbow coughing could help. It reduces exposing your neighbor to the deadly virus. Note that the virus can be spread through droplets. So when you elbow sneeze, you reduce the chances of spreading it. The droplets could land in the hands or even be inhaled.

Washing the hands

Since the virus can be spread by persons who do not show signs, you must wash your hands often. The hands should be washed with water and soap. Ensure you wash them for not less than 20 seconds. This should always be the case if you visit public places. Hands should also be washed after blowing the nose, sneezing, or coughing. You can also use sanitizers to clean your hands. But ensure they contain 60% alcohol.

Avoid close contacts

Touching your mouth, eyes, or nose with unclean hands should be avoided. Also, close contact with sick people must be discouraged. Stay 6 feet away from infected people and do not mingle with groups of people. Besides, keep some distance, especially if you are in a group of high-risk people.

Wear masks

If possible, ensure that your mouth and nose are covered when you venture out. A clothe face mask could protect you from contracting the disease. Also, it can reduce the chances of spreading the virus or contracting it from people who do not know that they have it. If you have young children, don’t cover their faces with masks. They can suffocate.

Cleaning and disinfecting the environment

Clean and disinfect the surfaces daily. Doorknobs, tables, phones, sinks, and faucets should be disinfected regularly. Also, disinfect handles, countertops, light switches, and keyboards.Use household disinfectants for the job.

Most importantly is to wash your hands regularly with soap and water. Proper hand rubbing kills the virus on the hands. Soap washes the virus away to leave the hands clean.

Maintain a distance of a meter between yourself and other people when you visit public places.Moving too close increases the chances of inhaling the droplets. Avoid visiting crowded places and maintain a distance of 3 feet.

Work from home

If the kind of work you do can be done from home, don’t go to the office. It reduces the chances of contracting or spreading the virus to your clients. If you can work in an open space, it is far much better than working from an office. In fact, you can serve your clients from the spaces without worrying. All you need is a face mask and keep a distance of 3 feet.

If you start coughing, experience difficulties in breathing or a fever, you must seek medical attenti on almost immediately. Also, check out with your local authority or ministry of health on the updated information on how you can protect yourself from Covid-19. Call your health care provider in case you need clarification.